Designer Andrea Keller does a master bedroom makeover for these funloving homeowners.
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Elisa Bell and her husband, B. Alan Bell-Geddes, love having rooms in their home that grab the attention of their guests such as the Scooby Doo Room and the Santa Room. They’ve decided that the bedroom should also be a reflection of their fun and outgoing personalities. With a budget of $25,000, Keller really puts the "pop" in this pop-art-inspired master suite.
custom painting - De La Nuez Studios
Superblob (SB02/2-Seater Edra, turquoise with fluorescent red seats) - SEE
dot comforter, dot pillows - International Custom Quilting
custom dot rugs - Coverall Industries
glass tiles (Glasstyle: Unicolor Orange for floor, #689 Orange, #272 Amethyst, #738 Moss Green) - Creative Environments
fabric (Designer Guild: chaise - Ribailagua F1033-03; cornice boxes - Neva F1057-01; comforter - ILYA Mango F1067-06, ILYA Lime F1067-07, ILYA Violet F1067-02, ILYA Fuschia F1067-04; bedskirt - Trezzini F1061-04) - Osborne & Little
custom round bookshelf/peg boards - Euro Cabinet Design & Woodworking
custom chaise/blinds/cornice boxes/Roman shades - Daniel's Custom Upholstery
colored cabinet knobs (Six Rings cabinet knobs/Really Cool Spiral cabinet knobs) - Judestuff
specialty wall finish (stripes) - Moneypenny Specialty Painting
lamp (Sherbet Collection - SKU#1357) - Lamp Central
table lamp (Indoor Lumibear Dekolamp in orange) - Oriac
ceiling dots (Blik Graphics in Sweet 16), retro shower decals (Blik Graphics in Organic) - Velocity Art and Design
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